Pa. school uses film to put a face on bullying

11/14/2013 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

A Pennsylvania school recently brought students together to view the documentary "Bully" as part of the school's bullying-prevention program. Older students helped facilitate discussions about the film and created an anti-bullying video to accompany the viewing. "You can tell kids it's not nice to bully, but until they see it, until they feel it, it's not going to be as effective," middle-school special-education teacher Caitlin Grattan said, adding, "I hope the kids embrace their differences and become more tolerant."

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